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post #61 of 66

Agreed, where is the qview on this beast? It looked awesome incomplete. Can't wait to see the whole thing in all its glory!

post #62 of 66
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Sorry guy's I have been super busy at work! frown.gif I should be able to get back into the swing of things soon tho. I did build a UDS since I started this project tho. I need to get the trailer modified and change the adjustable baffle plate over to the crankable adjuster also.

 

post #63 of 66

I love the saw, where do you get it and how much? Your pit is coming together nicely.PDT_Armataz_01_06.gif

post #64 of 66

Jonny, here is a link to another brand of saw as well. These are the evolution brand. http://www.evolutionpowertools.co.uk/us/index.html

 

The actual saw he is using for his build is a metal devil saw.

post #65 of 66

Depending on the brand and size they range from 250-600 dollars,been looking myself.The metal devil is sweet but is one of the most expensive.Trying to talk my boss into buying one for work(he he he,then maybe i can borrow it sometimes).

post #66 of 66

I have the milwakiee version of that, We use it to demo school busses. Used to take us a half day with plasma and a loader to quarter a bus. I can do it now in less than an hour. I have never tried to cut straight lines with it but I will use mine when the reverse flow gets into the shop.

 

I have about 300 in my saw and 2 blades. There is a learning curve to not tearing up the blades.

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